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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01629
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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li E. FIA 'RIJ'A. IWEIAM~SDAY A PRIL 7. 11-1111


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TEN CENTS A WEEK


LEGISL A TURE SPEEDILY SECRE TAR Y DICKINSON IS
ORGANIZED FOR BUSINESS OPPOSED TO "SNOBBERY"

of fat I by thall 0 illk' It if th ll
it I 100 Ill t\ < all-P 4 Olifthlatt

.F E Hidsoo President of Senate LL Farris Speak- n, .''.' i.' :..'.ni, ":.n: '"'.'-,'.'.'?.' '". Issues Order That He WHINd Tarate "Exchve"


er of House-The Governors message.


TALLAHASSEE. April 6--After a
day of hard work on both sides Fred
erick M. Hudson of the Thirtee'nth dia-
trict was elected Preside.nt of the.
Florida Senate over Joseph H Hiumph
ries of the Twenty-seventh Monday
alght by a vote of 20 to 11.
Senator Itaker of the Twentieth
was made President pro term by accra
nation and Charles A Finley of Lake
City secretary without opposition.
The ballot for Presidency of the
senate as hard-fought all day and in
the afternoon it as known that llud
son had won.
Sixteen men attended a secret cau
cun of his forces at the iLon in the'
-lfternoon and a 'rventeenth had been
present at an earlier caurict
Former ;o\ernor Napoleon II Ilrow-
;rd declined tio atte n,! t' :. ": 1
hitt put forth every effort for hi-
friend. S-leator Hlud.on
The Senate chaniltr ias. crowlel
Sihen Charles A Finley of Lake' ('it
fornier secretary. called the rcaicu:-
toge-the-r h.hortly after s o'clhwr k All
answered to the- roll call ,e'xelt ('ook
)of the. T ntits fifth
The aucus'x organiize.d lIy the, e'ler
tion of William W Flournoy of I)e
Funiak lpriig. as chairman
The nloilination was mai'te Iy COll
,of the Fou"crteelnth and the Sent:ifrr
was escorted to the- chair hy Senaii'tir
<'onie. Maa.-' aind MC (reary. tamtid ;il-
),lause.
Charles. A Finle' of l.ke C('ii. and
1. O C('llp -rel,'r of Ta.leor county we're
-.le'ted .,cft.(tlar alld a;'-I'tat lt .cecre'
tar% of the' c(;-aiui- re,-lce ti,,lY
Frede.ri k .1 lliudsoiil of the Thir
Ieenth was ipla e'd inII o inaii tiontl i'
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te- iith. and A aS,'nttor .1 A W illitaii:- 'ft
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tarv. A C Sellars; H1ll Se'cretary.
('. O Andr.ews. Kecordting Secretary.
Mrs. L It. Young; Reading Secretary.
Nat Marion; Assistant Reading Se-
retary. C. P. Smith; Engrossing Sec
retary. R. A. Smith; Enrolling Sepcre
tary. Charles Sars; Sergeant-at arms.
F. C. Willlamson. Messenger. Elnmer
McCreary of Gaine. lle l; Chaplain.
Rev Sanmuel .Morand; Ikworkeelt.r. T.
A. Morgan. Janitor. Arthur Kersall;
Pages. .Ie-ff lavis ItHeard. John Gamn
brill. Elnicre ('ollin?-

The House.
TAI.I.AliASSFE. April 6. The
liouse caucus was called to order
Monidav e .eninig at ".:, o'ct(hk .oh
('hie'f Cle-rk Kelliin. After -tatlitg
thie IjI l'o.-'e of the' Ii;llC'i-. tlhe' chief'
clhrk called the' roIt te wohicli all
Iine'tiIIr-. an: .were'd tpr. -entit Thi
cnanmlltr was. flle.d lith s|.I(ctator.s
eager';I to witllnes the ir w'eedini-
Th e chief clerk announced Itha.t thte
lne'\t tuisille. il lt Ie' tlhe' ele'tlioll
of t'nliorarT c('hirimall;lll f the. nmee't
ing. alnd that noiniatisi, were inl
order
Miller of lake noniinated Ililblurn
of I'alatka
Neally of eIAon nominated M~alone of
Mon roe.
Wells of Ie'on imovd that the' elec
,ion of chairman .' hi. ballot
MatVillianls nie.d e'hal t three i tIell
ers .14- alpicniinted for the helt-ction i
The chief clerk nanid Mac\V ill
laits of St Johns. Carn of Marion ati l
('Cox of 'olk as tellers.
Itallit- were' plrelared anld the ele,-
tien pr cce'.'i.de re. lt ing iti n ll illit ri -
S1e.4 ti, nll \ ;a l.te o :I : to .": Il(-
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V'tOi'ila for S ',.aker a
Calkins of Na-sau nominated Farris. I k s i A
of I)uval. Cool. calm and deliberate.
his nominating spa lech proved a !most
eloquenut and forcible effort. To him WASHINGTON. ). C. April .--The
SIs lmssibtl due more credit for the IDemoc'ratic Secretary of War will not
nomination of Farris than anyone tolerate the "exclusive" clubs which
elme. lie fought valiantly for Farriha rug up among the officers d
ha ,. klprung up among the otleers de
from the outset.
Stoke. of Escanlbia seconded Far- tailed at various army posts and bar-
ris' nomination. racks through the United States. and
lDavis of Madison placed in nomina l n an order. issued through the chief
tion Roberson of Suwannee. There of staff. Gen J. Franklin Iell. Mr.
heing no other nominations. Messrs tickinson has sounded the death
('arter and MacWilliams having prev knell of these organizations. The cus-
ioLutly withdrawn from the race, the, tom has grown up at a number of
chair announced that the caucus army Ipotts throughout the country.
would procee',d with the balloting for but Iparticularly in the I~Npartnent of
nonltiation of Slteaker. tih' East. of establishing exclusive
The vot.e resulted as follows: Far clubs formed entirely o o officers of a
ris. ::* ,1otes,. Alexander. 13: and Rob- single organization. or of equal rank.
er-son. e; equal wealth. or equal social position.
The apilau.i-' which followed the, For instance, at Fort Myer. where
announcce'-inntl- of the wini.e'r twas uni- hoth cavalry and artillery are station-
stinted. ed. the officerrs of the former main-
I 'lii niotiton of Wells of l,4)onI the tainted a club and the officers of the
nominilatiton was miade unanimous artillery were held not eligible for
.1 (; Ketllin wa-> unuI:Ii sto memallllrship. Those officers who
nomintiiiat-ed for chief clerk worked their way up from the ranks
(harl.e-' Q Hi\e'r> oif C('lumniha was. and had not the good fortune to be
de'fe'ate'd 1% .1 Maires for nomilna- appointed from West Point were sel
tlin of as..istianlt chief clerk domi. If ever. taken Into these "ex-
Geo.rge It I kin-n of Ora(nge was- clusiv clubs. Secretary Dickinson
nomtinai;ted for lill Ilerk hellces that the purpose of army
Nat It 'Walke.r rece(.i .ed the nomi club% i- to foIster a feeling cof comrade-
niation for reading clerk b.1 acclama ship tw ieten officers of all branches
tiOn. of the rcter Iand twlilve't that these
.1irris Mischelson won oer W\ It articular kind of clubs have operated
.laies,. for assistant reading clerk. agailint this fundamental principle.
theirr nominations follow: R. A
(;ray. recording clerk; \'ictor l'e Ial The tariff situation in the House of
Ill. nle- csenger. (Gorge E lhawkins. Replre,-mnltallthie shows little or no Im-
.ergeanit at arnm .I. Allen,. door Irovenre'nt and efforts made recently
ke'epe.r. He'\ JR Ta. lor. chaplain. to obtain some' unalnimity of senti-
-l melnt only r'eve.aled wider disaffection
THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Itan has btw.'n alparcent heretofore.
at____ a cnfe-reInce at the White Houtcs
TAI.I.AHIIASSEE Airil t* Th1-I. im-. I, twe, i.ti th PIresident anid the Hous
ae. et (Go;i All-rt W Gilt l -t l. i. l-laliture M.I l, t i to Ielth I, ItO latter that n i'aw of the dii
114l0 -. Ie l.li It i- a1 l. ite 1i C l,d'cia-. afft ectiiln n I tie He- ull ic-an ranks. he'
is int .11,i' e1. i4 1.t1 ilie e t.u iit Iui.it "c ile i .' -i- thitin gre'ati 1 .% reason-
- It I ll I,, i |. el .|tintl ie Iti. *;, A ith ,1 '-- **' il r u s lt c ubllicaan .s w ho
S tiII te I, I 'c.leI: .I t. I il. a r It I I. I II *Ir n11 li dtlal feortiutnes. aboi e
1I,, ith l.aii l ... .I 1, 1 l,, th l' 1 It. re"-i f tlhe.ir jpairtl aId wl ho *r.e
f ,. f ,** Ii -,np i, i'l-talnre'0 to \otr, for
Recomrrendations. fl'
a r i 1r teo ,'-!. r aI Ialrtl cain iie The' I
P ,II v .l. t I I el l. toi calil it hll.t-' Ilf
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tion bestowed upon the new admtaln
tratlon. The cow is certainly an Iane
vatloa and has been purchased by
Mrs. Taft la order that the Presideat's
family may be provided with sliL
strictly sanitary under all conditions.
Hygienic condition will receive til
mdat scrupulous coaslderatrio at t
Wite House and Mrs. Taft believes
that pure milk Is one of thb irat sad
most Important essentials.

The leaders In the House of Repre-
sentatives have decided to amend the
Payne bill by lcreasing materially
the authorisaton of Panama Canal
bonds and providing for a sdnking tud
to pay these bonds at maturity. The
Secretary of the Treasury believes be
can diqMose of a larger issue to great
er advantage than he could the isse
of $40.00nOO.0 authorized by the bill
a- reported, and the Arst step will be
taken on his recommendation. Sectr
tary McVeagh has suggested to the
leaders. also, that be be given author
ity to defray the expenses of the ca-
nal from the general revenues as
kmog as he deems desirable. but that
he be empowered to sell the larger
issue whenever he Ends condittons
for such sale most favorable. The
sinking fund provision will set apart
a portion of the receillts of the canal
as a fund to redeem the Isse. One
object In taking this step so early
is to check the agitation In favor of
making passage through the enal
free. The claim Is made that this agi-
tation emanates from those Interests
which have always opposed the aeal.
and which, now that Its completom tis
assured. neek to make It as unpopular
as imsilble by making it a heavy ex-
lienec with no comiennatlng return.
to the governmentnt. While the Pana-
ma (anal will cost In the neighbor-
huood of $44m.(NIAM0,o. It is believed
that it will yield a very large (Iercent-
age on the' Inliestment. If proper tonm-
nage is charged. and the leader of
the HouIei desire' to tnsure the de'o-
tion of that itlonlie to the liayment of
thie Ilntidl w hicli thlie constructlou of
rte ca ilal iniak- sieri.'.sary.

A hill ha l-t e i, i trnrodi'd in C('ou
I* l C\ It r e.r.e ita < .tile Weeki of
\I. l--;l. t i -el Ir li' l;i K that offlcer4
oot lit.. iia \ re tire.- fr disabilities'
,1i Ii t ftcn ,i h r.r\il. '.hall have for
ie il.e 1tl 1 thri ranik pay and allow.
tili (if offli '-rs of the' actile list of
lik. li l,'ith cif a( ti%.. s.rh i(e, If ac't.
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____ THE DAILY SU: GAIN8FILLI, FILRIDA, APRIL 7. 1909


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hsamd Cft AUNMy fee t
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Mu dmeow meetesa eo the
OWa held bow ftMin
6 h Preelieint Shaus. Al.
DkIEW NINSSMCowles.
MON VI"l Md Ckt NDll

o nl meian of mouth of
van road OM am moodo
" Mwe e ordered


1" e0m* 1 made eirt

WD a oE l mar. Emm


1 dlt ys m e mi ms doim
&M eto ideswlae r r
-D &Oel;
o OlW ofl 0 l 0re Ngt
A m.- vu evemoad
h was gTa.ted
ee h w ichto make up
We upit m the .mt of


Se io wemls. fsods:
I~--N e& ONver. $12;
of $; evamk so.
tLo Tuhok. $110.84; J. M.
SM. mDeNl. S; J. R. Del.
M. Da. assit ee. 218;: D.
Ca. $2; laird Hardware


Parbs Fld-T. B. ills.
L. Pults, $.80; J. r. HUI.
t y am. S 25; J. I. Scbofeld
)8M:; GainTeville Hardware
DU vIa Oliver. $1.65;: Baird
P OL $21.1.; J. H. Vidal.
. C. Pedrick. $12.50; R. r.
.; Pepper Pub. Co.. $12 60
PMld- alevielle Gas &
plwr Ck. "L..
W Pnld-B. T. Arow.

Id--iava Olver. $4j0;
1.T4; J. Moers, N$4; 1.
1a. so0; Dmm o n&a.
rmohat & Co., $41.; J. A.
s; "oM Company No. 1.
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r hiS-. M. DM ., IS; W.
O'; IL T. Anvw. S0; HIL

v PIad-Mrr. H. H. Me
W eelsa. $U.
m Barmet moved that the
imm a Hampun for t$7
rd to the trwet Committee
gt and report at the next
ot the eoaeu.
Ma buett moved that the
receted from N. Pranisco as
* Mesmn be refuadd., and
Atterey draw an ordinance
the pedllg question. which
3d.
oUsa of Alderman Broome
o of T. W. Shands.. M.
LR B. Peeler. E. Cannon
'. P. Thboas were withdrawn
aMt to be placed oa the oM.
L th11 gentlemoe having de-
make the race.
mtUia Committee were In.
t gt up the oflcll bal-
have the booths arranged.
PatIUag Committee be In
to l e the tickets printed.

et Committee reported that
ant approve ef the city hav-
M built on the- city lot next
Wel Laundrs. and upon mo-
lIeaman Vidal their report
nd.
a Cannon moved that cihaw
the Street ('*owulJlt.r b.
4 to purchase I :io fe-.'t ofc
ad 150 feet of 24 inch drain
I the Itaird Hladarr ('uco


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Presodet of the comucil correspond
with some bonded auditing company.
and And out what they would charge
tn audit the lv hcitybwoks and reirt at


WEATHE


W.... MV.. ..- '. .'.- -t fair niaild(ns that th.' audience could
the aext meeting of this body Ibut sit 4ll- nd hard to r. e liz that
.ut xit i-ixllt iound hard t r. ;liz<- that
Upon motion of Alderman irroo'. w ,-
the meeting %as adjounied until April h irtw a. r, r -I it, ,h ,
12th at 7;.30 p. zn. girl a a isd
of the- firm thelreoli Kach 4o.-t1tni
IE ISLATIURE SPEEDILY ',u. a IlI ,I'riit. dt.-'cri. i
Sgc ,ac -ilgg.'s- t A" tlrililllIltlIle :.t 'h
0i FJilagle and e(ach .son5( g .,suited 1t,
ORGANIZED FOR BUSINESS ',l;: : "*
a the spirit of the ad e(.rtist'nlunt
"--- 'The- talelaux w er.,- cla>ralt' trand
(Coatinued from Page One.) splendid. bringing out manya unique'
.. Md nm o 'l f;atur.-s ol I, Iplan of tio ,


amended by the councils of the va
rious towns and cities, the same to
be submitted to the qualified electors
as a referendum
That an elective law in regard to
lobbying be enacted to prevent cor-
rat practices concerning. or in oppo-
sitleo to, or na support of. laws or
peding legislation, or In opposition
to, or la support of claims against the
State. and providing penalties for vio.
ltion of such law.
That the analverary of the birth
of Abraham Lincoln be made a legal
holiday.
That the law be amended so as
to permit railroads to tender transpor-
tatlon In exchange for space in news.
papers. when said transportation Is
for use of those connected with the'
business or their families.
The document does not contain
iny recomnimendationse regarding the-
liquor laws

A Pleasant Event.
A most delightful day was slliwnt
last Saturday at the Hink Iy a part.
consisting of Mrs K. Walker. Mit.t
lAidtke, Mr. and .Mlrs E. M Clark,.
Mr. Finley C(annon. S Mine' Marariar
Walker. Lillian Clark.. ()Olli .lMdlinl
Eva Futch. Me z-l'le Iturkhim Sarah
Walker. Kilma I \a Hludlm.i .It.iit.I
Iltial and Sophll. ialurkhim
The crrud thorouglnhl\ lnji\e l
lunchh anid cream anld thli dl\ c I..-,.d
too quickly for all. r lturilintg I'
n(n lu;liht
Eminent Authoritie Say
TI.at uut detr e-* rcer.- i- II n sI. ,4I ,\
the' Atmericanl l pilh- 'l i iiat all% \ r I
%ell, but hu Cw all 1 can 1 l|.1 %it IhI I I. .i
tip)hI follow thAl .d.al .I1.. %
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plac-el ii ml 'lia i
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"To ayv tlih whole thing wasa a ,,uc-
ess does not .bgin to tell the delight
and enthusiasm of the audience. The
capacity of the house was reached
and another performance was given
on Wednesday night in order to give
everybody In Cordele an opportunity
of seeing the performance that one
cannot see often."
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Mr. F. G. Fritta. Oneonta. N. Y..
writes: "My little girl v.a4 greatly
benefited by taking Foley's Orino
laxative, and I think It is the best
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Foley's Orino Laxative is
best for women and children. as It
is mild. pleasant and ,effictive. anJ Ia
a tple-ndid spring nul-dicine as :t
cleanses the .vsteni and (chars theI
conlPle'l, ~ion J \\ lc-(',elluui & Co

Very Impressive.
.\ it-, I-' 6II.-;l ll i hi of lthle'- 'x"li 4
rho- other d & y -% I- a li1It a ts ihe train s'. naiu vitn fr s, Ii ie'
etatlieer,
"r-r Jlan "
'.stir:lr" :itia s ,e re-l tlle g :lt.
"' I I thuik. iaf tr all. I su, d like tihe
as:*parxrlN cTr%\el Ie a n cntre-e It,-
aighl."
.Al d Ihli trainli Iial'rdl ,f Ir llihl -llotll-
ervil laugi.'hrr .%,-w irk Tliisi..

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
ache
Also Nervous headache. Trav\cl-r'
lleadichc arid a ht l friiim Gri, Stinm
ieh Troulhl s or I' tial' trulel'-
rry Ca(ludiU n t ll'lui -al 4 iL tz imi
nidliattly. Sold by druggists.


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THE *TRADEf EXTRAVAGANZA."

A SpiMndid Reom medati from
The Corele (Ga.) DOlepteh.
The followla from The Cordele
Dispatch of Cordele. Ga.. sl but one
of scores of similar clippings Mrs
Holllbaulgh has t her posseslon. that
the press have given in different parts
of the country. and since this beauti
ful and trade-btnefiting entertain
rr- t n:. .. -,. ; t. N I;.aiid
Theatre on the nlglht of W\'edni'vda
April 14th. this arti( will te. of In
terest to the nearly half hundr-ie of
Gaine' illa.'i. iroagr.r-r\e firms that
are to be advertlisd. and the \foman u
Guild are fortunate In securing such
a novel as well as artistic production
"On last Tuesday evening at the
opera house the young ladies of the*
town. under the direction of Mrs Hol-
llbaugh and under the auspices of the
local chapter of the U. D. C. Kga'e
one of tae most extravagant and one
of the most Interesting performances
which Cordele has ever known.
"It was sparkling and unique from
beginning to end. Every number was
catchy and yielded some unexpected
point of amuaemeut and delight. The
whole thing was a departure from the
ordinary. and how well the novelty of
tae thing appealed to the public
sentiment was attested by a house
crowded even to unavailable standing
room.
"Expectation was high and almost
tense, and that It was not disappoint-
ed was demonstrated by the frequent
and hearty applause.
'It is nery seldom that human eyes
are greeted by a fairer scene of youth
and splendor than that which present-
ed itself as the curtain rose on the
grand march. lieauty seemed to con-
Icentrate itself there In such luxuriant
; profusion of handsome wonen and


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When a remedy has lived for over thirty years, steadily
growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon
thousands of women declare they owe their very lives to it,
is it not reasonable to believe that it is an article of great
merit?
We challenge the world to show any other one remedy
for a special class of disease which has attained such an
enormous demand and maintained it for so many years as
has Lydia EL Phlkhms Vegstae Compound the famous
woman's remedy for woman's ills. Unless it is a very good
medicine and the claims made for it are honest, such a record
would have been impossible-fraud or misrepresentations
would long ago have been detected and the business gone
into oblivion. Read this unsolicited letter:-
Melbourne, Iowa:--I mfferd for many years with female
troubles, lnammatiIm mat bearlng-down pains, so that I was
muable to d my work.
SLydla E.Plnkham'sVegetable Compound was recommended,
and am so thankful for the great rood it has done me. I feel
that I am a living advertisement for this med!fine as I have
Influenced No ". any of my friends to use it, so thankful am I
that It rest,re 1it to he;.tt'." -Mrs. Clara Watermuann, It. D. 1.
Melbou- ..*, low.t.
Wh :; a %omnan like Mrs. \'atermann is generous enough
to wr,.e -uch a letter a- the .ibove for pullicatio,n. he
should it heat e given credit for a sincere d-eire to hell)
other sltTcrin womenn. F-,r we assure vo-,i there i, no
other rc.~No!i whyV she h!,i!ld court such publlicitv.
\\V ..iit in all .incritv and friendship-trv thi imne litine.
For :30 yvers I..!tia F'. I'lkham's Vegetalble )
Comutouni hasi lbee tinme stanclard rewmaeql1 t'or
female, ill No .ick woman do4w jl,,itie to t
herself lho ill not tr. this fanouns medlicine.
Made exclulv.'ly frotn root and herbs, asnd
hab thousands of cures to its credit.
t Mrs. PInkhanm invite' all nick women I)
to write her fuIr advice. She has '
tled ahouands to health free of charge. (I
Address Mrs. Plikham, Lynn, Mass. A,


HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS

It pays the farmer to plant only the chest. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."

oL SM h laN b Is hr ttit sof li u Pm mi eabil.
We are now booking orders for I'Pe arnl other wawonatMle Mi4t. We
will lie glad to w.nd you prite, on retque-t.

W. H. MIXSO SEED COMPANY Charlesta, SC.


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I


GREAT BALL GAME IYOMEI CURES CATARRH CANDIDATES RETAIN

THIS AFTERNOON FORMER POSITIONS
CATARt CATAIM1S
0OOD LINE LP FOR BOTH TEAMS ?nRmT ONLY A NOMINAL VOTE POLLED
AND CLOSE GAME EXPECTED. TW MAD |& ab| IN PIANO CONTEST
I um dw-
This Is Second of Series That Will a" Four Le'ders Receiving Only One
Be Played Among the iHundred Thousand Votes Tues-
Home Clubs. d.-y-Mrss Dupree Made Gain.

I r* -' 1 i. I .: \ .ifIeni cn 1 1i -- --i r ( .\\ *- 1*- t' \I i l1 ;:i en: 2 e.*.in
it riioon. -, tI, tii t O. iak II.lll ;l l -'' ./;11 I r .:' I t Ih, I'- l -- i i t i 1(:l i lq \ 1 77.: .;,'
9h ,' I nl <, r n \ | lii;.h ..il\; t. o 1 0 r.l ii ll l ~11 I I;.l, t l .7;'0 ;,.,,
T h,. fri,.n|ill. ri ;lr. \ that i. ,\i tink .| ir l 1 li I'If i ,1 I .ill, 1 1 .-. ; :-,.;'
l ,e h ait ";- h | i io % ill tr. anm i ('.rr\ ifT !i, ir.f :, .1 i Ii ,t,, 1 li t i. r t t11:- .\M 1 I ;i 3 lttf .,,\ i i.' ..... ." ,:;1
tl that a largi. ('rwu ill liut in thoe ir alI tied l .1 .I' W (\ e llin: & (*i ti ur.i- Mi n \ Almnat itielIl 4 A.
IN-aranc'< at the park. catarrh a-th a ni. re tro:it. Irnn- M ii Natitii c kii in 7c ;:.i
Full, wing Is the lii niup ftir the two chiti. or croip j. or llionel y hack A .MSi .MatlanI S. -Chez. i it it, 77.7*0,
lanlls: (Oak Hlalls-C('ragin. c: R conlih,.-tc outfit i. only $1 liot Miss Julia ';arter. 'itt. 1l.7.
Thomas. p: 1) Itowprrs. Ih: Ie Gra- -- -- ---- -- Milsi A. (G;rff. Newlmwrry..... 39.060
ham. 2h; Sandy (raham. ms; J H Miss A Strlckland. Waldo... 34 .;2'
Shand, nh; Harry INinton. I If t I)ch i -m E. t ll te t-al. city ::!.:;T,
rf; Clark. rf. .1 A Mi Jssi ans t :;'.
U'nlverlsty-Moo(dy. c: T:iylor. l M1s Knilia H1ud.oni. city....
p;: Hunter. lh; Price. 2 : HloI ,ul. s; .W aa m* Miss Annlie It ill,. ..........


Haughton. :b: Ibamhlurg. If; W. A.
Hands. rf; G. Taylor. cf.
The- la l conto-t bI-twefn thbeset two
cluls re.sult,.d in a core of 7 to 1 In
favor of the frrnicr and it shows that
the' arer Iirttv \. niivly matched. bnut
%ith the hardly Iracti(' that has Ieen
put in hy th-e boys for the Ipast st-veral
a.,a' a imucIh .n.ti.llr scor. i. e'lrct-
SAI thi- uflafterlni(o
One-Quarter of a Pound a Week


At 1lea-tisk Ahat a 'oung 1P.11% ig uihtt
ee gut ill Ig I)4, ilr.. II
iiot I j e iirtii#tliting %%rotig % ith i t.
El i \ ir r. te niach 'a1)Iel heno-,.
L a.:i'i-o 'r toi thingg hial-it Pric-e..
--c S41141 .I t.% WN M 1il.I c11 s( 11.
Attention. Stonewall Camp!
1,4011 ar. reiil. -to dl te i i t.&- t al th-
waelrt hieni- SaVturoiI.iAi-rdlPilh. at
i mIek Iin the Iieriig It. ( lflet
1MIIATIO JIDAVIS 'oninjaad r
INO t NV ;Hf.AditI


CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE."
Out la-t night? litdache and nerv-
ous this morning? Licks' Capudine
Just the thing to fit you for busineu.
Citar's the head braces the nerves.
Try It At drug stores.


SEE OUR

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Refrigerators

Solid Oak
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SO emu a Iuggbm at
J. W. MeCOLLUM A COIL


MEN BOUND OVER FOR
SPRING TERM COURT

H"LD UNDER $1.500 BAIL FOR
APPEARANCE AT NEXT TERM.

One of Defendants Let Off With


Small Bond. Which Will Be
Given Soon.


Ili Ithel Ire-l il aatir % Iti *irim: Itc'!eere
t(q iliiil1i-.16 clii r (uh1111 Neii-l
Ointimrllilvii atrthe -ulirt ieiWtiiio.'the-Aei
III- ilcfe liehilit'- 'Are ho-id nuder fthe
lla rge- cof comitute 'ftit itit awl pI laii .
111141cr hail oad r forthir 4- ailclwrall(i- aut the.
ili tte-rinaof co urt. %hitIhch (oto nIte -
lt -re iit M a '
. 1.l ta 1 tie ej act 4ird Iln Ici ttle it
oft-iiiio and h 4-I %%ill bI reilllrI.I'tic gI '. I
A I $ lo o ..eIioi ce 6 14 1 i r e llIa IIi I I mlliii l
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Kl.It a Staf. Wa\lhl ...
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"MNi-t ordinary ,,coi;h- will ihld to
ti r s.ilijol'-t i reatnuiti. a,' Th,'
C(hi(aci Trilutiiih niodtlrait,. hlava
ti\i,- I hot fu4l! l ith..i a f II- I.'rr-p,|ir:
ti eon fil1 :ia t\ian a l;liid of (i,%P-lsir<, toa
v oliI ;alll I t after treat-atniiit \\Whi '
ti tr- ir -:ltn i v -It. l l d,. it r 'qiuir-.
S'lli- iet r;iita l' IrIoiile. :ii. l (ii i011'
.li i tll-li .: it iiiI-t re ialill ili dleooir-, faor
;L i(li or tIo. o(r .1 f1' tsh ooldi i- al
i uP-tI lr i' t el I<) e iiltr.i t,'(1 atill In
iIl' I I\ i I |i ll l. o I| ll* lin o ll .i f1 4 llo0 I
I- it not Ie'tt r tto pill eotir faiitIh to
;lli told ri.li.hal. |lreliparation like (l.lha
-'rl.aiin ('40In 1h lb n,| that i. falin
il- tfor i ('lire'. oif ('cod.'. alid (an al
wa. i e I e,, d 'l,,iid (I t i 'iton' For sIai l it
all drggi.--
Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
for you-of something you don't need
for something you do.


Plan for

Summer Comfort
D,,n't 1,1i the heat of a kitchrin ...:--
fire to thie sutficient di cnifort of
ht teatlher.
UIse a N, w Perfection Wick Blur r
Fl!i ic Oil ( (,k-Steve al cu Nk i i r
\Wth a "New Perfection"
Oil Stove the preparation of
daily mnialq, or the big weekly
kinging," is done without rais-
ing the temperature percetptibly
above that of any other room
in the buse. Another great advantage of the

NEW PERFECTION

BWene am U CookSmve
to ts handome CABINET TOP, which give It weve
convenience of the modem teel range. Has a- ampl
top shelf for warming plate" and kLeepin cooLkd d hlot,o
drop shelves for holding small cooking tells, adl is
even ftted with rceks for towels. Made in three l e ,
and can be had with or without Cabinet Top. If et
at your dealer's address oar soaret agemn. q

conmbutlio
wor I-- tmrefor frero dinrm mble odor Ml~
Not smoke. Safe, onvmint, ornmutal-t- idal
It sot at your dealr's ddra our nesm seaiey.
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I4L Will uar of Ittr atcid
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rchaat are te equal
k It eo to baadsome
mhi m en re brwates with-
i displays for bI ter
S wedl t handsome aud
t PO the de thuer .
Seoertrc tors a llb their
tgeto ad le blaldlcu East
Ot ald be pavd -wi th
I possible--frowl Laim
tactueha The removal
wilU clmr a Ireat
I 1 the dlreto drs.
be prepared to meet

Atlats scores, says The
u srrs a is 1O tIn IVDO
SNews. A mas of tat city.
s Ne. IOU la Tlove with te
tfed by a widow, ad asked
rry hlim. Thre was Ath.
a way. So Mi dld it Shortly
I wedding the brde baked
i bleealts. ad the halukba
It died of ladligeetio

og to a veoleume Coore of
Im by the Ceases Bureau,
Of the average family In the
tate ha decreased from 6.8
1h 1790, the date of the flrst
Bke la this country, to 4.6
te area la 100. In 1790
eempoeed of sI or more per-
roeated more than oe half.
190 theyr repremeBed hardly
m fourth of the families


ot surprising that the leaders
T)ase are disturbed over the
IU. They have brought in a
toetlon measure, one in whi ch
valorem rate Is one and one
'cnt higher than In the IHlng
They really that the- conl
t getting the bill pa.urd sithl
erlal reduction Is to t.ecure' the
I of a rule bhich ill de-lirie
imers of a chance to o.te, -
Py are gradually) (culuil to
that If they coIilmp the me1 lr,-
vote for such a rule thre- ailli
vy Ioa*'. InI the HK Rpulili .1ta


the nixt- ('olirrc.-


ov5ibloIi efltho. jiiaiIIi c I e a l aitt. II
u strike gc A -c.i J nI s vI: (i i tI,
the hol- iwiuc itr % fii I t%'.1 ,iti

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11 ND M1 08 A WOUMB. CURRENT COMMENT.

T whVte So ato V l applaud the The Richmond News leader nayp:
a"tioea te @tt e po prime eosimis "toabop Dose wants divorced persons
Sge tois atIes Its recent order that socirtally otracied There are cawes
earth so wom" shall b placed where divorce is justilflable. and In
SWt shak to Georgla says The At- which ishop o tane's suggested pen-
lata &1oual. ally would be unjustifiable, but If the
This order which was promptly ap line could be drawn such social policy
proved by the Goveror, sad was would commend Itself. and doubtless
m de Immediately operative, applies do much to check the divorce evii"
to felony and i minalemeanor convicts Th, l.a rtf rd T!:!. if, : -. :
Like, wherever they may be and un- it Is certainly anl olf n liquestionli In
der whatever circumstances they may Washintom shethhr the lDingle.) tar
Sbe worked. ff. as it stands. I not a better law forr
i As adequate guard must be provide. *he country than the lIrolroofed resl
ed to prevent escape, but it is no long. son. Present prispects arei that th-
r* rto be maid that he civilization. not Payne bill cannot pass. the HIouse
Sto say the chivalry. of the State is to without having most of the ri lSon
be p~ to shame by the spe ale of a knocked out of it. The Republican
womas I shackles. party is pledged to pass some sort of .
This comes as a stting incident of a revision measure. but if the House
the sew em which is about to openUn uPW8 to peas any bill the Senate canT UV"M
theUco 4 system ofrthe litmt. it tuke. no actcu whatever. It may-AM 0 911-,-
is malmet to me what elreuamstace preseI tly appear that Mr. Roosevelt V]m0Ll dSidtobaaical U
Seid ever a ify the pacing of showed genuine shrewdness in sta. EndorsedenerPU LCasthe ST re edyfor
s akd s o e a womaa. whatever may 1ag Od the estloun of tariff reviselom gg th g e J j ip dPUB WIMth nTr oh eao
have besk her inme. The II- d f I.br .ntl after the close of hi admiuistra- it contains Nothingl Injurm The action of Ballard's Hlore
e ppo eg physical rosistee to those timc. bound Syrup is mild and benign. it is adaptedto0nfalts, asweu

A f r could bewith e dt o est of man over the df duls of 0ever variety of temperament and constitution.
Is It krsouabl to suppose that under culties' which nature present and TM emar 1ab1 e T0mamim l
aa ordinary elcmtaes shdle would every addition to our knowledge nUs a, W. EVANS, C RA, wlts.----lly hub_- ad
be able to effect her escape. The which such conquest brings is cause wasi ldb renm"rmo .andthesdot ts.. .nmbe bad quick eon-
shakles simply become a useless for rejoicing. It is this fact and the We w oW bdMA N .ofBallard'sO H ehnd
mark Oa degradatlm. ad yet after admiration for enterprise and courage 11 *i b hl hi am a w Aa r It wema ms .
alM, they mark a till great e dearada which leads people to follow with such wk-e sanudIt Cbeas lso equalf te or- _--r --"
tins as the part of those who are re- deep interest every attempt to reach .wT0.T Wg guI9 1-G."...
possible for sech Instructions. the poles. Naturally. because of liv-. smw LININ too.Cgoo. $1.U436
It Is only too true that there are Ing In the Northern hemisphere, and- R .. ..-. ..-
womem In the world who disgrace also because of the more frequent at
their sex sad yet for the sake of tempts to reach the North Pole. the SO.D AN M M-N DE y
womanhood In general the delinquent* interest of people has been mainly W M % O WN S O N
should be spared the stigma of wear. rentaerid upon Arctic exil.ditions. liut
ing manacles., and the people of (Geor.' t.e Antarctic voyav,. (if die-r(-ovry
gla give their unqualified approval to have als r*.'c.-ised 'hheir m weed of at
this recent order. tention. and the. recent re'mark:l .
success of L.ient Shackleton, of the IrTY lP W ITSl
ADEQUATE PUNISHMENT NEEDED t riti Ill miles of tli.- ,South |I|le' i- 'vie.'.. lI sn ls IaSUlllcts
Everyone umust rejoiced lth Mr with o- inra ttl d i l Mt -I r-li
and Mrs. Whitla In the sife recoe.r ...'ais r oaahlnit hoier ian I ALL KINDS OF U LIES
of their boy who was kidnfi ieMj'd. The redit f' r i t it' *t 1 ai ti li %-,1
crime of stealing and holding chIl it i.. !ot like!% hit a i r, it M hln fr in
....1 .' n -. '"i, r'-. fr,,' I' ,ra":,,\ ','t,.' .....Machines .vor Rent
dreni for a ranl-orn is o, of the ni,.a-t iile illr-.i rin it(ra.' ot"
dastardly aini" l )11' (3 il ai(O ilt. The eiiii1 r (i il ti. l.'I. I,_t.ti r "T
.. ,:t l i s r i t ; ::I t 'II t ) 1 t l l t ) Ir -I -, 0 -
angui h of neind. the- t.orrahl fh i, pr .t a tx ii 1
and the. I# earsfof t the e arntm e tait t R. C. DAVIS & CO.
te imagined evenI thu K Inot realiIz.dt p lA r .. *
hy the Iubllie. The a.lt of (Charli, A ta. of p otr d* n t. i cli, r. K' l\\Th ni' l .t
Ross comes oIvidly to nilnd and the of ail cor ar ati t t it The ayhle Visible. 'r I IIC 1 ACuit
fate of that Poor. unfortunate bo o g roer ir d apmAo -. but it Proer- iVt AT T
must add to the anguish of any father Taft i h a ta ll e dr I. ___
and mother a hose calid is vt;.len fromi Taft hm;cinl,, i ch a tax wil.lo ,.r I
them. So heinous is the crime that of the Se1bate it is tlu. he woke' up.
it deserves the severest punishment. I the te a. i r --oe-s.
and In one or two States death or The Health of Your Horse t e 1"est and Nortm'st.$.
other severe penalty is imposed. The will be best promoted best pre- D ie ly r nd south Atlantic mitd.

ready led to other States passing la s. proper remedy at the proper titltl. Th ..A. 4T
to adequately punish the oRelce. The proper remedy for all strains. DIX "I F1.YI R.A'.
.t .i ad.mi.foly uneis thatotfene. me prains, or colic isi Perry Davis Pain- -IM m:0e L 1i A 'a
thore tham killer. The proper time to use it in s *r m. IA S a. ( d ,
necessary to pay a heavy ransom to when the trouble first shows itself. 1 ,.4a. I..V 1 l soe C .. :S. '. r.
attaln the recovery of the boy and ie prompt and you'll not only save J a. M..A.. i. M t '
some are disposed to think that t the horse suffering, but you'll spare rr Att 11
mu h h st a show, that th yourself trouble and expense-maylw1 0.% .a I A .Cha r n, ,& V
much aste was shown, that the save a a ng time waiting. You ought la fP Ar nAvae N A. p .
thorities should have been allowed to have a bottle ready. The new size- 7 a.. m At. Si Loui. I.
more time to hunt for the criminals bottle costs 3.' ce-nts: one larger. 41 S p onm Ar. Fvan ,aie. l N
cents. lie lure your druggist g12a. M. At.Ierr AUtF. &1if
before any ransom was ialid Doubt e druggist .Ie- 47A" \ Ar( *h *&'** C & I I
. .. ..e.. y u r v i ,la g iu t i x- l...you Perry h a s" M .
ness the pa)-ing of a large sum, in, :h "r Kc, i-e I.. Is s.e.
cases is a remiuna ona -rilme. but at ............__ Ar (.orhmn L & N -t2 'nm
,owance haso c ..ena.e- al wa a for I r r, r.s, LAh '' 1 p. m
the feelings of the aren-i. he. thla l i iaee i
fate of their child i, ('-, ',a-rii.e it I -- -r I et,,nen I & In r m.



arrest of th. edrincial- foloIhng the ..
Iaamlent of tIh ranen a. e'.-ci.laal if ., .
It is followed ath I,"-edy and heI-a Anrt* VOU of the- illllt..'r I I'. ,
pu"n"hnm-i"". ill go a bug ae to (ll wl0 1o nr- :if,-,i l tI i it -' .. ." .
courage' any prol.i..e.etl khk l ia,,,r r i .I I I t .. ... .... \\ F I .,I
Mo ,O la,,,- t,,, r ,,x ,,,t,,.,ie h.- ..,, I it r titf -, ill,! 'itit I "


iN-arti InO t-ic tori-spe ItfIli#. Stalt .ct
veruaing ic thelacd s liii r edit 1411 el''ill
iort M~erp. rpr.-. thalit %*- .almii.t r.
frain fromia saki cig lKdmir Itl aaii
MUIM0Ut to a"hd U11it (a'11 o Fill
rotasuta The.. Sun fiailo-t to teaic ,~t i,.ci

Deafness Cannot SB Cured
II 1cal 3tl.Iitit celac. a- Ill- % Iili
cnot re-achi he ip-4cai-4-d 1.4l it 11lisill spf Ill
c-ar 'I'll* rc i- 4il 'A a ,It.-eta'
F1-r. s ca e 1z- i, ia.-- I-ii'd .1'.1a?
lc~iflacca.-e .Lci elice 'cc -?r Ti. Ii I 11~1
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Air Line Railway
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S.%VA\.NA I I Cl l .~ CM)I-:N. SOUTHERNjPN 1':il,
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THREE LLEGAT TRAINS DAILY



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F,- iL ct...r cat..n Arid sleepitij cair reservaioJans cji or
any eA~jct ,tS-. t 'Lf(-,fAr te S C BOYLSTON, Jr. Ass slant
Gcncr~i Pcas~cr'ger Agent, Jackiionville, Fiorija.
ub.I1


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thalt for all 0n \i'It re-
f W-* t IIb 1 \, :111 .\ 1-
stra.-t of l'it it" Sci l
for our F1 IE-!. l.,oklhtI


as they whe will t see.
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tiedl ,i 1I titl*-
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THK DAILY SUN: GAINIHVILLR. FIARIDA, APRIL 7. 1949


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CAMPu LIdm T COO.

LANT IS DEMROYD

FIrN WAS TOO FAR ADVANCED
WHEN DISCOVERED.

Locs Will E.?',sy rc.-h $10 O With1
No lns.rartce-Ta Be Reiilt
at CrocC.


The
I'hoe r.t o. .l (It I II i i ,:
l Ieti '~toI, I"l- ; 4 E I :a. ha It .1
4#. $1 t o of %j l I III .. ,I\ I'. '. u.oaui'
'L h' ;nriti ii 1,, 1r
v~- 4%i q d toe % .1 M. 11111aal,.01% oiot 141 1
I% utile 1-tfo41 tilit he- v ill 4'ri.-vt a
larmer audt almm I iu-t "I. t ta t Iolait t,
take' c'arf of f Isi l t,5l"i.. s Nir al. .
h.% otalv;to' i h t 110' 11 11-d" I'l o14w. n j %I~h to.


tWgiU opera: bus c Athll a tho' -11eIxt %l)%.t
day%. am he has a large uumubr of
brick conmtracete'd for % hih h-' do'-ires
to deliver as oonaa s lim%.lhle'
The Ilant (Io'-tT,ir oi Wp'e lwone (i the
largest and most iomgl~tet in the
State'. tut a large part (f the machine
cry was old aund only parts of it had
loeo In ro'lloii, lh lq
W~ I itht ho' order f.ior t ho' tu.io jelai mt
a hicli has alrenol' ao'.'al jelar'e'd. o'\.r,
thing % ill f-4- i ot tho' %-'rv l%- :ito''-t de
Siga aaol l III $'ajearit) oifIth''plant will
N-' itoere 'am"'o to maeet tho ianto '-n-&vir
de'naad'e of the'li~ii- ws,.""
MIr Maa'lt-loi ov\1-4 t t to.'wnuimnimza
4111 full tilnne.' ithin Ow u q' a'\t -.i1t
ohks "anid a l~at -# lor, -off m. it ufll oo
len1t tII lAfia'!-, ole .koTll-- r i ~ I o f#' -ii. n -




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Furniture


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Prices


and


Terms


to


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Gainesville Furniture Co.
G "' I Forlda.


Baby Laugh
ft isto health fora baby to
eat and sleep, to laugh and
grow fat.
But fat comes kIt; don't atk
a scrawny baby to laugh;
why. even his smile pitsful!
Fat comes nit.
The way to be fat Is the way to
be healthy.


Scott's Emulsion
Sthe proper food, but only a
little at it
Sam this adb otiment. tO er-wh aft m of
pw I W It MPPu~ adh& ad w
eor se* t esamead W OWa swmv a
esIlatmir AdLo oft WathW :: a
Sorf a mDWWI 40 PradSO= m& NPM i


I
NEWV FROM ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA

Itank clearings in Jacksonville for
the month of March were' way above
.itt(l I.r' hioius record


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t%? si% marriage' lbo'e'n-os a 'o-
11% tht o (MiiiTi K judge' iii Du ial
o11iriaipg the' I1111th oaf Miarch


rh oi.% ii 10Laa hloti at Miami i.,
ocad w% ie% gel! ooat-.:r.o'andlsix tota
hA"' t- l' iiii lith.' -oaaamtneor to it-
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A Prfetical Farmer.
.John Carter of Falrfilid wax in the.
rlt> yesterday lie It one of tho f.
who "Ntruck It right the' prIore'n **'a
on. ns he had rome cahlha.c and ha-
in ahund;ince' of nlrIo.rns and Iol-N'
Ahclhh wIIl h' tw nilonK the parll -st ship
I,(1d from that 'of'tl,,i HtI* h. ni-, :1t.
Ir \ i I. ;I 1 ;ih Kh '4 --.1
S I,- h I iil >. I I ? '.. I t; I, t -N
S,-' *htil'; o'r- (of t -* l-'TI \Ir
*'.,r', r ,;i l,1-ir, n r o i iio:et'. ilon tail
r**'alin :il d h hi h .lo-', r kil('k h'i
Ila- 'toI n hinint'll i to. .. arwo l f:irni
..r a.s 1 11

Objects to Strong Medisines.
MantI |oI-il.' nohJet t ti t:Aking th,
-trong medirlnes u-ti.lll lrt ri>i',:
tI phh lciani S for rho.uii;aiti.'ia Tho're
Is no ni0 .'d (of internal troatnient in
in a;i of i.i-ieulaor or rhronkl
rheounmati-m, and nlore than nine out
of e..r)y t,'n ca-soe of the disease are
of on. or the other of these. varieties.
\ben.n there It no foi.e-r and little (If
Any) swellig. y ou may know that It
is only necessary to apply Chamber
lain's Lintlment freely to get quick re-
if.f Try it. For i.ale by all drug
41o1'ie.
Pine Grove Picnic.
.l'l)DSON. April Pine (Grove Sun
day scbool aill have a picnic on
ilna 6;th KE\'r lnodyx are iniitied to
itte'nd and to, hriin well-filled baskets
It will we' hold at IPine Groo chiirchl
lnar Judson MRS M 0 SVWII.Y.
Chairman of Committee'.

SBo "Want" ads. brian raltt.

A HARD STRUGGLE

Many a Gainesville Citizen Finds the
Struggle hird.
H\ i''i a li '. <,I.-t i 'l' 'h

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r I 0 i t I 'I I .II ite11 % 1,40.1 1c an 1r I

I,'.. itol and Loolaj I, 'rtIc' tirIt f#-%%
ika-ia lI fi' a- ( .4O) e' 1 4 .1 o''il ( li I C1 lah
oil I w d isapllyovarf A and my\ k iduo-* Im.-
ca.no, t o maltIit oll ax Tiill .\, Pli .0I
-u;Ioh( I j TIb' I '..-III tll' o' zi elo
ur.at -i w -ao l, I c at lade to tr o 1 4i Ii lit-Ill



Fori ale by all duhalls K. IPrici e 50
v'vlt For-t o'r-MNI IilltoIt n Cu.. fll fa 14),
Ye 'ork. s.cl';woo'n1t'.. foo t ti. I'aite'd
S'.!to.,
Ito'rni'br the name IDati' atad
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..INVESTMENTS..


WE AlE OFFERIU
BONDS
At Very Attractive Prices
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BAGWELL & ROGERS
JackSOlv il L l

Jacksondille. flordda


Tm CIM WU ILL T IK CW IITD ATER I. imI

Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST


5


II For

A Adres!
T',,,,( Co 1on w oy I, -a-at at Tue tun office 4,ro at either of th' 'to o nen-
gIciteol 'Hota1 14 o. t#*t. INOT U(N )IAFTER APItIL '. 1909


TELEP


TALKS


The Log Distance Syste

One of the most valuable feature operating In varloue sectliem of th
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their equp
to the public generally, is our connoc- meant and in their methods of
tion with the extensive long distance ting.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this cloeo trefl
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Bell Tele.
sociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to go to
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhere,
distance lanes in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any point
connect any telephone in our system on the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, radial
in which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the nation, Is used
operated. daily in commerce and for social pus.
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer and
most modern and improved construct* citizens in all walks of llfe and oeu
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an Important link In thi
state of efficiency. The Bell systems. great chain.



Southern Bell Telephone


and Telegraph Company


Efficient Service. Rasl aiMe Rain





HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.
S-WHOLESALE ----



Groceries and Grain
I I 11il : 11:%\ M : 'I*M


No
Both Phones


Order
215


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THE DAILY 811: GAINKSTILLL FLORIDA, APRIL 7, 1909


HANMS CRACKED


.I
RAW mAND SCAL
*
skhJ *I d biVA msk


and oi Cemipe. Acted, I Too- uld Ot Move
S Mars Thamb Without Flesh Cracking
__ -Sleep and Work Often Impos-
M- Was Fairly Worm Out.

trals k oow as
So eA-c.ci CUTICURA SOON CURED
twe la--ty. HIS FEARFUL ECZEMA
r debt.
teandt H. O. Me-
reeelved peltive I- "About a yer o e a lt humor
eadQutare at WUI- to appear uond the br of my
Id. It stA ed in to spwrd
efect and wa r puay sooae Is cod both my d
t nrmra tlat the ad ai p ow r my wrt a cd e
he d tPHu I'ed no the fke miq nd
b ther stated th at i~m- w 1
bad at eves pet Mo aw. iTml j t
amer and weM s it or 8 fle
INd. Ibuat boo tWrtbgs W
a ofI 0 th lam-e lt dhdh'MC d I wdao
L At ad i a heZ dd not as
bleaim hde t o u th al Pa-y 6esat ~ ., At W. t
twh-gh- -the d l r 1y won t


mi, O yOr. ereM asod to at t-it thY .
Ias be amtn a wi th water, bmt wbe I peaiptlvy
-itMsm the aata- Mld to M a m. class I would rmb
I i as I and t "TLI bort hof t w o for
a eartalaby net be any >s- maoth ad I kept trying ais
s o1 b to yay mt sBoa ptiear buBI I'dS' ah
the oand Ia emessa &And ach sw t tdiomb
kan what to do. for I w~ faIrIy worn
-. Fmr a hag Utm wrnlr M(M-
hipt iabk ia awh I didn't at Cuti-
MbA teaheftav. l **d t a Ib thought I would.
W pT y Cutewaf a. thn
an- nlluratsart ad at h atCuU ufr
so oer as:tbe I put th- Cuics I-Aur m
bo a. -Mt O at odht. eorwie mBy heads
A Wonor~I. T with uegh rtaon tim n ter frhe mrn-t
BL ts I..Te u" th g or..a would he


lI ReCEIVOv IN
TO TN aIIrcFCT.


fta-a a yur ,. hta nie ealed
pLa d In CASTOR IA
a mo I wa cured and have kept so kp tt -
SC. OC Tal. no for nimn months. Mr hands and
= a-a-r pMw 1 =Ir "r" trr fI iLic oYw TIo k"- M"- w
m Y and I think I anm w'dl rid of it. IA
-a Tall, W Walter Cox, Ia Somre, t at., DBo
ie. Mam Sept. 25. I19.'" rs the
IL 'r tm S#a 11wr= ... a ....... ... otfC 4B

f Bl N i i .apland Rteimes. A Troub'aosme Mirrer.
InAprl the L pp lets i rr "Mamma." ialI F'lrhi, "this o1:
hubIotba--Wm LM.si to e o e a they please. and looking la bs't nt th itgod."
wg the mosqitaes begin to abond. Why. htr the matter with It
dear?* asked he"Sr el.. aher.
of s SmIate-Hat W. about s Umm-r. be cllectrs hib e rd d very tme I try to k i t.
IW t. ply by eating ne deeer, l1tl1ng It plEvery t1o I trny t face gen It." he
Swith a ell ad truting to Instinct. fe n t
I w-i leads the animals to gather I'nl w.
SOMKal: j Meds for protecrtio aainal t the ms- We often wonder how any person
I I WI Sagma gttoes, to do tbe ret. In a rool asm cni be persuaded into taking anything
mr, wMn )osqaltoes ar" few. tills
rr. w-en.. moquito are few. tOhio but Foley' onl.y and Tar for coughs.
lr Jusro- L inllstit dls t i coiae to Playr tlhe colds and lung trouble. IN not twb
ills almotmpOs fooled into aceeclting "own mak. or
CL a i .q Olsa insaal r "eer. other subtlitutes. The- genuine con
tains no harmful drug' and in In a
SO.M A HealingI alive for Burnms Chapped yellow package J W McCollum &
Hands and Sore Niples. ('o
As a healing halve for burlnt. Morer.
D. D. cklaM sore nipplles and challwd hands ('ham DEBTS CLECTE
berlaau's Salhe in muot exiclliIt it It CLETE
D. Mathsam Gala.- allays the pain of a lurn .a1lms.t in ANYWHERE
stantly. and utlet the ir> i, .r -'' NI0aD FLOOR
r elUrtla--J. C. me- .severe. heal* the parts ii hlhotol It lav- L V AU ILDIIG
villa. jglo a *car rice, 2'' cent For rale 1CKSOMIILE. FuL
Cmlsaloers-John by all drug t.
halirma, Hague; J P.
Campville; J. W. May.
*W. Summers. Trentoo;
SGainesville.
Scboul lloard--R. R.
iran.AHawthorn; J. WS H I
ACroome; 0. W. Miller.
ator-.. H. McCreary. ORDER
EXPRESS CHARGES HAVE
a House--Bd Carter,
T; T. A. Duke. Santa Fe.
Y E ANtD o5ULAON WH;IALLd bI
City Officers: 1 LL
,-ilorat li !, ,,"
i r-l T A it ow
ltmhor- I l r I H Col Aon
lectuir- T it LAhi. zr (nt 4


d Trrii-'e. r J SMAx%. Pa ii
tLui I... I rS I
of A 114- : I S e.
Si J 11cr
n. A I (o.
of fluloh ,I Ii E T
Fr. Dutton. E j 1luit'1 j Iif






In iu )la a pur i~
rted iI6 Le. :
It fe it,
141idieea if .I,. I Ilk,

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Kigor lie 11-..&.elt u, uh I,
Uluen & CO.
mAven~ug s isa force uabict
b'a..m, and milk Ibbitb yus
IV* raw1 plais egad urpuaee
d"e94 ed estlatI


PABST BLUE IMBLON bEER,
JUNG'S C!NC1NNATI uk.Lk,


Reti

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HALSEY MACHIHEET CSMPAT
I'hw 5:4. "e Ocean Rtrect. JACKnONVILLI. FLWWDA
We ca at Jt ckcuvieU a large and complete tcek of P1ortable and Satiomarv
F~w lee. Killers &a d swKill% an
WaNtir kIflUsehi hIvr allklud%
We tiue nifni tousends of %at-
L-fied eu'ttomcT' wbo U1 Wteetflt .)
the rmeril'..? .. mr -,.wlo. It will its
Iseu to get 1our I'HI IF.. ardiKm] h34f
We ;are Gripl *6uthers Acert%
foe VAt 144JU H.\ H F:n '... lheiler%
%aw Mill's A Iri..im .. lrlr our
salesman.WHITi Ithlt ll.Lt.
TIA TE DCA T A U MA Uf.



G. S. Merchant & Co.


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. I. Land Offce, Gainesvlle. Fla..
March 2.1. 10o.
Notice in hereby givcn that II F..
liampton. R ttate R.lecting Axent for
School lavlds for the state of hl,,rlda.
hap filed in thim office hin appllcition
to locate, under the lirvl-li.ms of the
Art of ('mongree. apprit, edl Fet'. 2%.
l%1nl. the N of NS\W'. of se ..:I. Tip
7 S. of H. 1, E. Any and all Ie'r-
sons claiming adversely the land-d de-
scrlbed. or destring to object t crause
of the mineral character of the land.
or for any other reason to the dlspos-
al to applicant, should file their at
ndavlit of |,rotl.st In this office on or
before the :23rd day of April. 19'49
H. 8. CHI 'It. Register.
Fer Constipation.
Mr. L. I. Farnham. a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lake. Iowa, says:
"Chamoerlain' Stomach and Liver
Tablets are certainly the best thinly
on the market for coostipation." Give
thee tablets a trial. You are certain
to Sad them agreeable and pleasant
In effect Price. 25 cents. Sample
free. For sale by all druggits.
Canld't Quite qualify.
"Mobbe you'd like to put a piece
about me I yer paper." quavered the
eo man. bobbling up to the city edi-
to's desk.
"What have you domer demanded
the arbiter of publicity's destly.
"Nothin' much, but I was a hundred
yar old yesterday."
"A bhndred. eb? B t can you walk
without a stick ad red fIn print
without glasses
"Kno." Le
"Toe are an Impostor!"* [i
The old man broke down and con-
f.A.d that be was only alaety -seven
-leveland Leader. Ret

Lea


EFFrCTIVE DEC. 1, 1908.


ve Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South .... .............. .... 10:10 a m


turning, arrive Gainesville .................


ve Gainerville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 0:00 p
turning, arrive Gainesville ................ 9:30 p

L Glass, Gee. Sept LE. .Barker, Trafic U'r.


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Advertise in THE SUN





PPED THE SAME DAY

IS RECEIVED
BEEN ADDED TO THE COST OF COODS -..
a


1T.LD LN


CUjhJ WHlLEZT*
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Pcr bart! :tr' dc 't7!, f o. b. Jda orI dl .L12t00
66 e$ *e ..


ALL THE AO3VE COODS SOLD UNODLI OUR PERSONAL CUARA&TEE. ORDER TO-*AY



CHAS. BLUJM & C .


517.519 W. BAY STREEI


JACAKION~i i jI..I vURII)j


Staple and Fancy Croceries
Gralq, Gardeq Seed ad Fertllxenr
MSUTN D I SMUARE -*- OAINKEVILLE, FLORIDA.
nIsm mkarkft Mripod fer Chlite and the*- PrMdaa
OMml sk of Bar. Corn OaM Fkow. km.. hL COsm
oInbe al Md Iae ^ hade oId the Vam Ieat i
aM atwed rism and gtiee ml anal.





ampa & Jacksonvi Ie Rail


Retailes and Jobbe tIn


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THE IAILY SUN: GAINESVILIF. FLORIDA. APBIL 7. 1909


FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To tbe Voters of the City of Oalme
ville:
; am a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-lectioa on April 12. 1 have
served the people faithfully and emI-
clently, night and day, and my record
ir open for inspection.
If my -cr ice during the past yeat
.a% I. n astislfactory I aI k the usp-
.**rt ai.d itve (,f reach and very cltt-
'ei s liao it q'ualih.d. I can otil.
,'roml.t ofh i lrnie .,rvtice as I bae
?. deavored to gte IDn the past.


Yours ror order.
At tl'. l.1. lii *,I :, I ,a, i H I aIr l'l Iti.\ N T ARNO '.
lic In-trui ftionl h* d TII'da. a i% a
te nliof rl:iformitt :" e, rdKl- te.xt I take thin method of Informing the
hftoks for the *- h'ols .of Alachua public that I am a candidate for City
county aa. iadoi't.d Marshal at the election to be held on
In slwellers the. (iunt% Fa#Ecurte. t-o AIrll 13, 1909. 1 respectfully solicit
ht ks. HlutaTi i- r rre-.sive Swtpllh.r the support of all voters, irrespective
Part, I and II. at 12' '.rnts ,.ach The. of party affiliation, and promise to
three former hooks in uue cost :., faithfully and Impartially discharge
cents. The tao books ad')pted ro t the duties of the olce should I be
only 24 (c.nts. le|s than half the elected. Respectfully.


Irice of the booki formerly used. CHAS. C. WARREN.
In readers the book adopted are
at the Fame prices as prevail In Sate. FOR TAX AS6E11OR.
uniformity State- The first reader. To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
retailing in two forms. cloth edition ville:
at 25 cents. er in board edition at I respectfully announce myself a
15 cents. giving the patrons the candidate for City Tax Assessor for
choice of either edition. The same re the year 1909. Having been Tax As-
duction obtains in all the other sessor for four years, I am fully pre-
grades of readers, the prices lting pared to fill the office, as my record
reduc.d will show, the city assessment hav-
Fic ld Hli-tor, in Isp.cial edition log been Increased In that time from
was. adopted at :.', re.nts. The former a little over $600.000 to over $1.000,000.
Iri(e %waA Si for the regular e.ditiin I was prevented from running for this
Milne's Arithmeitic in sp .,cial :ecdi office last year on account of sickness,
tion at i, 'enit is to) .. li-.I IIs,. ad'and now respectfully solicit your
of the' editionn ,old at *'-. C(. t- Th.,r. votes. W. M. BRADFORD.
Iloik.- arv, id. mtic'a in silb)j.-t mniatt.-r
ninl -(* cr(' ts a ill I. o -\, a l (n a:. -h To the Voters of Galnesvllle:
bioak l'|li-,.lia1 I: gI-<>;r:h>i.i... I.d I hereby announce that I am a can-
;" .-. ,-. ; a 1, i:. t!iOi rl t- l r I- 1 dlitl-tt for re-elect-tion to the office of
u1111 Si ithl- p riimar. :IrIhitn.ti. Il ,City Tax Assessor for the year 1140*.
11\1. .- ramin)l ;r al, in at ,. r. ,-;ir I in the rlc-tiion to be held on April the.
* Iit tii I l::th. and nioqt .arnie-tly ref',i -t youi
hi T :t t,~ ,,f T ;,:,i, .. all to give nh.* your vote an:d tsuploi| rt
S ti r. i n ,! ,,,, v kit,. .m. r, for the posi tion.
; :, I l ,:,,i .'.. .*, o*r Thanking you for your past endorsed
c v ,, i t. I reualli. Yours very truly.
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DR. DsVIRE B. MORRIe,
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Offce over Duttoa & Co's. Ba
Phone, 280. Galaesville. Via
W E. BAKER,
ATTORNEY-AT IAW,
.. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.

OAINESVII.LE. Alsahua Oo., FLJ
Offiee in Halnrane Blok
FERDINAND BAYER.
AT''ORNEY AT LAW.
(~AUIISVILL. FWazA
Can sell your sity property. (Il*w
proved and unomprored), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Send hhi
a list of wLat you (.f-rforsale. 210a
J. A. CARLISLE,
AT7'ORNEY AT LAW
and Soliltor in Equity
Res' Etate, r.(',ntave) S anI and Uen.
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FOR COUNTY SC11OOLS
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CHOOL BOARD ISLICT LIST OF
BOOKS TUESDAY.

By the Change It Is Asserted That
Hundreds of Coli;rs H~!i Be
Saved the Peop;e.


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senttives of The R. S. Howard C. of

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$3,550,00

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : : : :


Additional


Gifts


In addition to the Pinno there will lhe issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new li$, l toward Pi.lno, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To Ohn frst sh rc M t eM t to uu Isdt we l ad hr.......XIMi.
To te secd tsi receive t ahxt W a nt sa f m re i ...... ...17
To tf exut Mi rcmi g the at tM g td vn, a s W for fu....... ..- Slm.
These due hills may l*e used by the winners or can he diapoedt of to anymore
for any value they may see tit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In tlhe e\ventt of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will Ie given e(ach of tlos.et timing.
Ol


Rules and Regulations
I. The coutert is open to anyone living in
Alac hua county who Is known by the conductors
of the cent*. t or touched for by uonie reputable
I'er-n,. to therm well known.
"* No einpllo '. attached or relative of the pro-
I'rators of the alI\e-nanjed Orrms are eligible to
pI'artie ipute in th coutebt, and will parttiipate In
uo iliali-er
3. In the eventt of a mlsunaerstanding between
candidate,. or others Inte'retted In this contest.
&.uch <,lltro't,r.-y may be referred to the coo-
(Iutair., otf (c amat-t. aho alone are the p-erons
quala.ir d to render dectlbons.
4 In the* ev'nt a candidate decldes to wltb-
'raw frllii the race. such candidate will not be
allowIi, to tr.am~fe r ota to the credit of another
(ca.illdate In the c;.atesL


EDAILY- STNT


$1.25-Three months' subscription .. ..................


400 votes


$2.50- Six mouths' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes
$5.CO---One y -;r's suLbscriptionl .............. ......... 3,000 votes


For a clutb df tive one-year s:,s(cr!lpttutb (
For a ( IA of ti-u .zzoi!)~ i- j :.b


).. 25.000 votes
). .25,000 votes


Sie % .s twr her'
500 vote.


1,200
3,500
30,000
30,000


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votes
votes
votes


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...... 400 vvtv.
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SSolicitng votes by candidates or friends w thin the stores
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In Which a Resident i d Aha Coonty Will

he Awarded a Beautiful Hmowri Pas, ad 18

Cerificates Valued at $3.15U.M FisuiM kyh
TL" OB.mL t UIJ AlM.a P. FiL nmau.


Behalf of Bush & Saffori.


How and Where to Get

Votes
The following merchants all give Ole vote
for every centt paid Into thtir e.-tablialnhmrtts fur
goods ablch they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde & Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes a all tbe found in the e-ta;,Itl-h
menti of the i' I, r, .atit- aKgi mg l apit- ad at I '..
Bulln tt.i ** t\'( -r lt I'i i .i ll .l -I I,.' |l '1
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bb -asse was trrmeen
SQalmeseve MeMoay.
mmaess, a merchant of Moste.
o her. Monday on business
so Wartaeld Grocery Company.
ad o Rawthem. ome of the
planters of that section.
udg the rade"r visiting
gayle Meoday. He states that
I up i may places and the
peal for a Sle crop are good.


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30 emb a Law badm a
W. M. Johnson's
Crug Store
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SAN MASTER ASNOUN"CEMENT.

J. M--s wrltos P-le to Call aI
Isl"t New sef.
We ave J~t received a te line
ad Ureebbam's cothg cosisttig of
arsge amels, and worsteds t all
the latest es sd styles, and we
weM he pleased to hav you call
rId sad give s a leek. We will
-a yao that the Mquaty, workman-
*ip. t and W*rem a riht. These
esalbrated Kireahbbam slts nTer
tl to give n-tiaetlon-eOce worn.
always w Come and ee us, even
M aet ready to bay-we take great
mpla-re n show lag or goods. You
wl always be treated right at our
etae. Always ready to serve you.
J. MANASSE.

R. Smith of Newberry was in
Galnes ille yesterday.
D. M. Phifer of Windsor wag a
victor to GaOlesville yesterday.
John G. White, a merchant of New-
berry, wa here yesterday on some
iMbusiness matterA.
Plrn'r ChUa Tsle guaranteed to
em ebi tul. er., cols and lagrippe.
Price te. 2 So by W. M. Joiua0 .
Mrs. Bhlt of Richmond. Va., and
Miss ual Clarke have returned from
Lt. Augastie. after a most delightful
tnp.
Dr. Thea. McLeod, accompanied by
is wife and little daughter, were
visitors from Newberry to the city
yesterday.
C. H. Slaughter of Newberry wasu l
the city yesterday. He was formerly
marshal t that place but has resigned
his position.
C. 8. Robertson has returned from a
uslness trip to South Florida. where
he has been In the Interest of the Re-
frigerator Car Une.
G. H. Paulkensteln. wife and chil-
dren. departed Monday for their home
In Terra Alta. W Va. They are' well
pleased with the city and will I '
amoiig the arrivals early next fall.


Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly oc-cupied
by W. L. LeGrandJ ; city water. elec
trick lights, seweragxe. bath. and all
modern convenleie,.en Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCreary or Sun officel
'When drunultnr, travel .* toic loi
miles out of the-ir wat to get t o ;
hotel to .spletd Suintla. %oiu c(, in Iti tik
onII It being far ;ite\. th.- av. r.mt*
The' Ilroknl Hio e -c I- eroew i l w iili
' oiiin.ert ht.l nie Ii fritii r' il.i to l Nl it
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OPUL M DRAWS CROWD.L

CongrestIena Large and interest
rowing at Sael Metinf
Perhaps the most appreciated ser-
mon of the great services now 1wbing
delivered in this city were thos..
given yesterday) by Dr. Martin. The
quiet talk at the church In the after
noon was one of the finest expoli-
tiois of the text used ver heard in
this city. While there w ere man)
counter attractions in thle city last
night the church going people conilli
mented th.e speaker hv giving him a
rejpre'setiathe ( rowd.
The fI'rwer. logic ;all jonthos of the-
.erl Ice's dev'il',n %ith a, h cur(-.c-d
Ing one. and nothing lI l.-:iing Kgol
can come of them. This is the' first
evartgelli Ini- ting in .inrs. and .o
far as we know. the only one this
city has ever had which is free from
the sensational and appeals only to
the reason of men.
The chorus which has been formed
by Mr. Schofield at the Tabernacle is
making aome of the finest music ever
heard la the city. while the solos and
duets by Mr. and Mrs. Schofield
harm everyone who bear them. Ev-
eryo should hear these great Bible
sermons and beauntifl ongs. It Is
the earnest wish of Pastor Rogers
that the entire city shall feel the
fore of these great services.

REHEARSALS TODAY.

Cate for "Union Depet" to 0gin
Preparoaue
Reearsals for The Union Depot,"
which is to be given at the Baird
Theatre next Tuesday evening under
supervision of Miss Melick for Kirby
Smith Chapter, I'. D. C.. will begin
this afternoon.
Miss Melick will arrive today and
will at once begin active preparation
for the play.
All the little children who are to
take part in the doll drill are request-
ed to meet at the home of Mrs. II. H.
McCreary promptly at 4 o'clock this
afternoon, and those who are to par
ticipate In the Indian and cow-boy
drills will please meet at the opera
house at the same hour for the re
hearsal.
The members of the regular caste
will meet at the residence of Mrs.
McCreary at 7:30 tonight. All are
urged to be as prompt as possible.

Rehearsal in opera house for
"Trades Extravaganga" from 2 to 4 p.
m. this afternoon.
Jesse C Clark. Miss Eula Clarke.
and Mrs. Illunt leave today for White
Springs. where they will spend a
week cr more.
Dr. J. L. Cloud and J. A. Williams.
two representative citizens of Alach
ua. were transacting business in the
city yesterday
Friends of Mrs W I. lAGrandel
will regret to lehain that she is buffer
Ing with f.cer at her bornm. East
Main t tre-et N
Say hilue Hil)ls Vheti \oui geO to
grao-r or drug i-lt a;ild c .I t h u the ri
Ie-nt. l itemon or \;aiill;i e.tr. t -I ;
bl ti l'e.,ll il ndi llh.-lI. et g. Ittli ; It
('.tllt it 11 V '.,.. ..in* of M l< .l u l i|',
Sl'.-ll tl < .., IH ,l ;, i l :** t, l.>. 1il 1-
III i I 1 l| I II t ," 1 1 .ti l' a,. -I
11 < .' .1 1 ll I li l I l 1 1|I e lt* l i'- .. .-
4' ('('h111 .itil wi :, tl 1.1. taurl
ed fin .li ..*iiii w le r il.
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tnk Itsertom. but so advertmI
meat take for les tasm o fat. li
words make a lU; no ractic-e Ues.
every word over each aix coa ting a
an addtlocal line. CASH an advance
most accompany all orders for la-r
tbes ttUs column.


WANTED-H ELP.
WANTED-Messenger afte-r school.
Apply W. U. Telegraph office.

LOST.
IOST--Iehtween I'nlersity and HIog
town creek. Waterman fountain |,.-n
Finder please return to J. A. Phifer.
LOST--etween Catholic church and
residence of *Dr. J. F. M(cKinstry.
one screw ear ring with pink Italian
coral setting. Suitable reward by
leaving with Dr. McKinstry.

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
five-room cottages in South Gaines-
ville, in front of Coffin Factory; city
water. Apply at Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT File-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this
office.

Typewriter ribbons for sale at this
office. The best on the market. Only
seventy-five cents All colors and fot
ise on all standard machines.


WIT 1'1


DAVIS & OLIVER


Buggies,


Wagons


and All Teams


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POR 8ALg-Pair of good mules aad
Waon. Apply to Jeff Simon, In
Met of Dutton's Rank.
FOR 8ALE-Manhattan typewriter la
nrst-class condition, table and stool:
$30 cash or terms; a bargain. Ad-
dress Box 385. City.
SARGAINS IN USED PIANOS.
Fine upright "'telnway." used a
Ume; cost $700; In good condl
Going at $3.0.
Best grade "Entey" upright,
several years but good as ever; cost
$5.:>. Will take $225.
A good square piano for $7'..
l1hfore you buy any piano get my
prices and save money.
W I,. HILL.

MEDICAL.
QUICK RESTORATIVE for klat
hood. Satisfaction guaranteed
money refunded; 5Oc per
Sold by W. M. Johnson.


IT FRElH EVER


The Bread. Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutritious. The
finest four, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked in the
*"purity fashion," make our
goods the most delicious It is
possible to produce.


KEYSTONE
Phone 165. R.


BAKERY
T. Schafer, Prep.


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lovelties, Books, Stti j

Somvenirs, Sheet Pictuwr

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GAINESVILLE. VLO RI


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The good-will, kinlest regards and lIet wish.
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3Ill4 yotu will always flnd a cordial Wclcoiul in
our banking rooms.

Make iur Jplace hlead(iarters---every eonve-
nIlenee ifforledl to imllke our place plea-.4ant
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